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Idaho Most Dependent State on Gun Industry According to WalletHub (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Lowering the shades in 'Boss' Denney's office (Lewiston Tribune)

Panel takes a pass on Medicaid expansion (Lewiston Tribune)

Rusche feeling 'a little owly' upon return to Statehouse (Lewiston Tribune)

Safety concerns no roadblock to heavy truck bill (Lewiston Tribune)

Horse industry plans bill that would allow live racing to continue (Capital Press)

Douglas offers alternative viewpoint on global warming (Capital Press)

Education spending: Legislature should look before it leaps (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Let’s correct five myths about Malheur National Wildlife Refuge situation (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Senate panel ensures voters can change affiliation at polls (Idaho Statesman)

Hundreds turn out as Idaho Senate committee hears Medicaid expansion plan (Idaho Statesman)

House passes bill that gums up local plastic bag bans (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho house passes tax cut bill (Idaho Statesman)

Policy Center Says Lawmakers Need To Weigh Tax Cut Bill (Boise State Public Radio)

Would Idaho Make a Better Caucus State Than Iowa? This Analysis Says No (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho parties trying to increase state’s impact in selecting president (Spokesman-Review)

Bill to move up Idaho party-affiliation deadline dies; voters will be able to switch at polls on March 8 (Spokesman-Review)

Failure to expand Medicaid has resulted in nearly 1,000 deaths of Idahoans, doctor says (Spokesman-Review)

Urban renewal a hot topic (CDA Press)

Wiedenhoff seeks Barbieri’s state house seat (CDA Press)

Bill would ensure ORV sticker funds stay local (CDA Press)

Addressing the ‘wicked’ wildfire problem (CDA Press)

Ybarra details collaborative approach behind her budget (Idaho Education News)

House committee rejects science and humanities standards (Idaho Education News)

House passes $27.8 million tax cut (Idaho Education News)